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Franciscan Pottery at Nashville, TN, Glass Show, July 17-18, 2010

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    Posted 11 years ago

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    These pieces of Franciscan dinnerware were available at the 11th Annual Elegant and Depression Glass Show in Nashville, TN, on July 17-18. Dealers had a wide variety of American-made glassware and pottery for sale.

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    1. potrero potrero, 11 years ago
      Cool - any updates about what happened at the show? Were there any special exhibits or collections on view? How many people attended?
    2. fostoria_tn fostoria_tn, 11 years ago
      Over 500 attended the show over the two days. Don Jones and Danny Cornelius who are co-authors of two books on Early American Pressed Glass (EAPG) had an exhibit of pressed glass pitchers. They also presented a seminar on EAPG cake plates to about 40 participants. There were also two seminars on Fostoria's American pattern. The seminar on Saturday focused on the colors of American, and the second seminar on Sunday focused on patterns that are similar to American and how to distinguish them. For more photos of the show go to the Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee's facebook page.
    3. potrero potrero, 11 years ago
      thanks! sounds like it was fun.

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